Important milestones of the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference and how it will shape California's climate policy efforts. Also, Sacramento Police Chief on the rise in violence. A look at how recent state crime trends compare to the nation. Finally, Sacramento dance founder "Miss Tee" was recognized by Forbes Magazine's "The Culture 50 Champions" for elevating Black and Brown communities through their work.
- Dr. Fran Moore, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science and Policy at UC Davis, on the important milestones of the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference and how it will shape California's climate policy efforts.
- Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn discusses the rise of reported violence compared to 2020, and Mervin Brookins, founder of Brother 2 Brother, discusses partnering with law enforcement agencies.
- Magnus Lofstrom, Policy Director of Criminal Justice at the Public Policy Institute of California, on how recent state crime trends compare to the nation.
- Tamaira "Miss Tee" Sandifer discusses being included in “For(bes) The Culture 50 Champions,” a list of people who elevate Black and Brown communities through their work, and how Studio T Arts & Entertainment helps kids graduate high school and pursue their passions.